Aphex Swift. Yes, you read that right. It’s a mashup of songs from Aphex Twin’s Richard D James Album and Taylor Swift’s 1989. This thoughtful collision was created by David Rees this past summer. It’s either blasphemy or brilliant and I think I kinda like it.
You may already be familiar with graphic artist Newt Clements’s Happy Meals. In the past he has created tributes to great movies, such as The Exorcist and Carrie, and TV shows, such as Wonder Woman, Twin Peaks, and American Horror Story. Well Newt has been at it again, but this time his creation has caused quite a backlash on Facebook, where a couple of people posted it, one even indicating that it’s a parody or novelty idea. Apparently some people are not real thrilled about the idea of a Ouija Board Happy Meal.
David LaChapelle has created a candy floss dream for fashion icon Daphne Guinness’ new music video, along with legendary producer Tony Visconti. It’s Ziggy Stardust meets Velvet Goldmine on an overdose of Wild Berry Skittles. In other words, it’s everything you’d want in a (glam) music video.
Breaking: Aphex Twin has announced he’s releasing a new album (is this audio the first leak from it?)
Today, August 18th, 2014, is Richard D James’ 43rd birthday, but it is his fans who are given this exciting gift – the prospect of a new album from Aphex Twin, Syro! The album, which is apparently due to arrive on September 16th, will be his first since 2001’s Drukqs. And in typical Aphex Twin form, he has done it all through various cryptic means, that he is releasing a NEW album.
Yes, you read that right. Palahniuk has even posted it on his own website. Richard Trammell took it upon himself to edit Tyler Durden out of a famous scene from the film and the effect lends a somewhat haunting insight to the remaining character. Trammell’s not finished yet, but we’re given a glimpse of his […]
Photographer and street artist JR has embarked on a new project to create a portrait of America, including immigrants and descendants of immigrants. The aim of Inside Out 11M is to demonstrate that there are stories behind the eleven million undocumented immigrants in the United States and that they are not just a number.
New York based artist, KOORTWAH, has just unveiled a stunning new video for his song Forty Five. Its bleak, sexually charged imagery, paired with Jake Courtois’ monotone recitation, haunting howls, and soaring falsetto, make for a stimulating piece that lingers in your mind long after the last flicker of the KOORTWAH logo. Black and white images of […]
Athens, Georgia, heavy metal duo, Jucifer have unleashed a preview of their new album, ЗА ВОЛГОЙ ДЛЯ НАС ЗЕМЛИ НЕТ (There is No Land Beyond the Volga). The song is called Queen of Antlers and is a BRUTAL narrative from the viewpoint of a Soviet female combat soldier in World War II. Not for the faint of heart, but […]
Tilda Swinton. That’s really all I need to say and your head fills with images, right? She’s a force to be reckoned with, a true chameleon, and she is perfect in whatever form she adopts. She’s always unmistakably … Tilda. The Tweets in this account capture her preternatural essence beautifully, cleverly, and at times hilariously. […]
I’m going to be polite and refrain from using the ‘C’ word here, but it’s that time of the year again. We all know someone who’s just impossible to buy for, but I’m not one of those people. In fact I’m pretty easy to please and usually when these occasions roll around I’d be quite […]
On August 7, Antony & the Johnsons released a new album of live orchestral versions of some of their best songs, featuring arrangements by Nico Muhly, Rob Moose, Maxim Moston and Antony. In addition to these splendid reworkings and a very interesting, humorous, and informative speech from Antony, is the achingly gorgeous title track, Cut the World. As beautiful as the song is, with Antony’s soaring vocals, the sweeping strings, and lilting brass, the video for the song is a magnificently disturbing work of art.
Last night, I had the great luck of catching Lady Aiko in the act of working on her new mural on Houston Street. The wall, which was home to a famous Keith Haring mural back in 1982, has been home to a number of great murals in recent years. As wonderful as it has been to have this area brought to life by the likes of Os Gemeos, FAILE,Retna, and JR, there has also been a lot of resent from people who wanted the original Keith Haring mural to always be there.
Dubstep has been popping up everywhere: from commercials to movie soundtracks. There are even memes about Dubstep. So what is left, but to find out how older people feel about it, which is exactly what The Fine Bros have done with their video, Elders React to Dubstep. Not only is their video funny, it’s also educational. Before […]
I love Superheros and I love religious iconography, so when saw this guy’s artwork, it was immediately a ‘why didn’t I think of that moment’. He takes statues and images of religious icons and gives them a Superhero makeover. They all look so comfortable in their new attire, too.
Sometimes I come across an artist who makes me wonder why I’d ever bother to open Photoshop or pick up a pencil or needle and thread or camera ever again. One such artist is New York-based illustrator, Sam Spratt.